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November



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The longest lino transmitting electrical
power ia that extending from a point in
the Sierra mountains to a San Francisco
substation, a distance of 220 miles. Previous



to tbe completion of this line the longest
in the world was that in operation be-
tween Laufen and Frankfort in Germany
110 miles.



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Power



and



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



CHICAGO GRAIN STATISTICS.

The following tables show the extreme prices in each year for thirty-seven years for wheat,
corn and oats, iiulicating the month in which such prices were obtained.



Feb.
July.
Oct..
July.
July.
Jan .
Aug.
Apr.
Oct..
Dec.
Jan..
July.
Oct..



Sept.
Oct..
Feb .
July.
Aug.
Oct..
Jan .
Aug.
Jan. .
Dec.
Oct..




YEAH.



CORN.



Lowest in



Range.



Highest in



OATS.



Lowest in



Range.



Highest in



1805.
I860.
18(57.
1808.
186U.
1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1,876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
1881.
1882.
18811.
1884.
1885.
188b.
1887.



1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902*



Mar.



Jan

De<



Dec

Oct

June

Jan

Dec

Feb

Mar

Di



Jan

Apr

Feb

Dec

Oct

Dec

Jan

Oct

Feb



Dec

Dec

Feb

Dec ,

Jai



Dec.

Feb.



Dec

Sept

Jan. & Feb.

Jan

Dec

Jan ,

Jan

Oct ,



Jan. & Feb..
Nov .........

Oct ..........

Aug .........

Aug .........

May .........

Mar.& May.
May .........

Dec .........

lept .........

May & July.
May .........

Apr ..........

Mar .........

Oct ..........

Nov .........

Oct ..........

July .........

Jan .........

Sept .........

April & May
July .........

Dec .........

May .........

Nov .........

Nov .........

Nov .........

May .........

May .........

Aug .........

May .........

Apr. .........



Dec ..........

Jan ..........

Nov .........

Nov ....... ..

July .........



Dec

Feb.



Aug.



Oct

Oct

Sept

Aug

Oct. & Nov

Apr

Aug

Dec

July

Aug

Oct

Jan

Aug

Feb



Sept

Sept

Dec.



Sept

Oct

Mar. & Apr

Igept

Oct.



Feb

Oct

Jan

July

Jan

Dec

Sept

Feb

Aug.& Sept

Aug

Aug

Jan

Aug



Jan.

Nov.

June.

May.

July.

May.

Mar. & Apr.

June.

Dec.

July.

May.

Sept.

May.

July.

Dec.

Jan. & May.

Oct.

July.

Mar.

Apr.

Apr.

Jan.

Dec.

May.

Feb.

Nov.

Apr.

Aug.

May.

June.

June.

Feb. & Mar.

Dec.

May.

Feb.

June.

Nov.

July.



Year.
1892...
1893...
1894...
1895...
1896...
1897...



*Jan. 1 to Nov. 1.



REAL-ESTATE TRANSFERS IN CHICAGO.



Sales. Consitleration.
19,283 $153,169,047
101,386,357
99,277,445
114,597,724
91,022,602
101,195,313



15,449
16,606
15,802
14,022
13,924



Year.



Sales. Consirlfratinn



1898 13,358 $93,100.276

1899 14,336 108.210,111

1900 14,356 87,917.s8

1901 15.871 700.664,279

1902* 22,345 109.422.4SO

"Ten months to Oct. 31.



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432 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


PRICES OF MESS PORK AND LARD FOR FORTY YEARS.


The following table shows the lowest and highest cash prices for mess pork and prime
steamed lard in the Chicago market for the past forty years and the months in which extreme
prices were reached.


YEAR.


MESS PORK


LARD.


Lowest in


Range.


Highest in


Lowest in


Range.


Highest in


1862




J8.00 12.25
10.00 18.50
17.50 44.00
2250 38.00
17.00 34.00
18.00 24.50
19.62^(i30.00


Dec...
Dec..
Sept..




Feb
Jan
Mar


$5.75 @ 9.75
7.25 12.00
11.75 23.50

i6.oo 30.oo

11.25 :>3.00
11.25 13.75
11.75 19.50
16.25 20.75
11.00 17.25

7.00 1LOO
6.50 9.37J
8.20 @15.5U
11.80 @15.75
9.55 13.85
7.55 11.55
5.32^ 7.80
5.30 7.75
6.35 7.85
9.20 13.00
10.05 13.10
7.15 12.10
6.45 10.00
5.82^ 7.10
5.82^ 7.50
6.20 7.92>a
7.25 11.20
5.75 @ 7.55
5.50 6.52^
5.47^ 7.05
6.05 10.60
6.00 .13.20
6.45 @ 9.05
5.15 @ 7.173^
3.05 5.85
3 42&@ 4.90
4.62j^@ 6.S2W
4.90 5.77M-
5.65 7.40
6.90 10.25


Oct.
Nov. & Dec.
Sept.
Sept.
May.
Aug.
May & Sept.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
July.
Apr.
Oct.
Apr. & May.
Mar & Apr.
Jan.
Aug.
Dec.
Nov.
July.
Oct.
May.
Feb.
Feb. & Apr.
Sept.
Dec.
Oct.
Jan.
Apr.
Sept.
Dec.
Mar.
Sept.
Mar.
Jan.
Sept.
May.
Jan.
Oct.
Sept.
Sept.


1863
1864


Feb


1865
1866....


Mar. & May.
Dec


Oct...
Aug..




Apr
Dec


1867
1868


Jan


Sept..
Oct




Jan &July.
Jan


1869 ...




27.00 34.00
18.00 30.50
12.00 23.00
11.05 16.00
11.00 @18.00
13.75 24.75
17.70 23.50
15.20 22.75
11.40 17.95

9!37J219!00


June& Aug.
July


Oct. & Nov.
Dec


1870 . .


Dec


1871
1872
1873. . . .


Aug
Mar
Nov


Jan ..
July




Nov. & Dec.
Dec


Apr.& May.


Nov


1874....


Jan FebMar
Jan
Oct
Dec
Dec
Jan
Apr




1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880


Oct...




Nov


Apr..
Jan...




Sept
Dec


Jan...
Dec. .




Dec


Oct




June


1881
1882
1883


Jan
Mar
Sept. & Oct.
Dec
Oct. & Nov.
May
Jan
Dec
Dec


12.40 20.00
16.00 @24.75
10.20 20.15
10.55 19.50
8.00 13.25
8.20 @12.20
11.60 21.00
12.90 16.00
8.35 13.37^6
7.50 13.62)^
7.45 13.00
9.25 15.05
10.25 21.80
10.67^@14.57^
7.50 12.87^
5.50 10.85
7.15 9.00
7.65 12.30 .
7.85 10.45


Sept
Oct
May... [July
May,June&
Feb
Dec
Mav


Feb
Mar
Oct
Dec


1884
1885 ..


Oct
May
June &Oct.
Jan
Dec . . .


1886
1887
1888
1889. . . .


Oct...
Jan ..




1890 ..


Dec






Dec


1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899. ..


Dec
Apr
Aug
Mar
Dec
Aug
Dec
Oct
May & Oct..
Nov


May..




Feb


Dec..
May..
Sept..
May..




Jan
Aug

Mar
Dec


Jan ..
Sept..
May..
Jan...
Oct. . .




July
June
Jan. & Oct..
May
Feb


1900 ...


1901




1260 16.80
15.00 18.70


Mar..






1902*


Feb. & Mar.


July..




Feb


Jan. 1 to Nov. 1.


ALTJMNI ASSOCIATIONS


IN CHICAGO.


(University
Amherst President, Walter H. Rowland;
secretary, Fred 'S. Fales, 122 49th street.
Belolt President, R. D. Salisbury, 5730 Wood-
lawn avenue: secretory, C. 3. Windsor.
Bowdoin President, J. J. Herrick, Port-
land block.
Brown President, Donald L. Merrill; secre-
tary, F. L. Morse, 536 Greenleaf avenue.
Cornell Secretary, Robert J. Thome, 120
Michigan avenue.
Dartmouth President, E. C. Crawford; sec-
retary, James A. Ford, Marquette bldg.
Harvard President, Benjamin Carpenter;
secretary, W. E. Otis, 100 Washington
street.
Johns Hopkins President, James Taft Hat-
field; secretary, Lessing Rosenthal, Fort
Dearborn building.
Knox President, Edgar Lee Masters; sec-
retary, Harry A. M'acClyment, 58, 203
Adams street.
Lake Forest President, Aubrey Warren;
secretary, D. H.Jacl-son, Tribune building.
Oberlin President. Norman P. Willard;
secretary. Halsey H. Matteson, 923 War-
ner avenue.


and college.)
Princeton President, John C. Mathis; sec-
retary, J. W. Thorne, 115 Michigan avenue.
St. Ignatius President, Joseph A. Council;
secretary, John R. MtcCabe, 135 Adams
street.
University of Chicago President, Edwin G.
Cooley; secretary, Mayo Fesler, Univer-
sity of Chicago.
University of Illinois President, Mrs. Al-
bert Saunders; secretary, Miss Georgia
Hopper, 523 43d street.
University of Michigan President, Leander
D. Condee; secretary, Eugene H. Garnett,
1507, 204 Dearborn street.
University of Rochester President, Dr.
Alonzo K. Parker; secretary, Irving
Washington, 316 city hall.
University of Wisconsin President, George
E. Waldo. 702, 204 Dearborn street; sec-
retary, John G. Wray.
Vassar President, Mrs. J. E. Heqtiembourg;
secretary. Miss Elizabeth Maltman
Williams President, C. S. Holt: secretary,
Henry W. Austin. 172 Washington street.
Yale President, fharles M. Walker- secre-
tary, Matthew Mills, New York Life bldg.



CHICAGO BUILDING STATISTICS.



433



THE VENEZUELAN AFFAIR.



Early In December, 1902, Great Britain
and Germany, acting in concert, made a
demand upon President Castro of Venezuela
for the settlement of certain debts, amount-
ing all told to less than $1,000,000, and for
compensation for damages sustained by
British navigators and British and German
residents in Venezuela. To enforce this de-
mand the two powers sent a number of
cruisers and gunboats in command of Com-
modores Montgomerie and Scheder to La-
Guayra, the principal seaport of the re-
public. Dec. 8 the joint demands of Ger-
many and Great Britain were formally pre-
sented to President Castro, after which the
ministers of the two nations withdrew from
Caracas, leaving the interests of their re-
spective countries in the hands of Mr.
Bowen, minister of the United States to
Venezuela.

President Castro refused to comply with
the demands and the British and German
war vessels began what was at first called



a peaceful blockade of the Venezuelan
coast. Dec. 9 four small vessels belonging
to the Venezuelan navy were seized at La-
Guayra, towed outside the harbor and sunk.
Dec. 13 the forts at Puerto Cabello were
bombarded and silenced by the allies be
cause of the failure of the authorities to
give satisfaction for an attack upon the
British steamer Topaze.

Dec. 16 Italy notified the state depart-
ment at Washington that she had joincc
with Great Britain and Germany in de-
manding the settlement of claims for dam-
ages by Italian residents in Venezuela.

Dec. 17 it was announced in the house ol
commons by Premier Balfour that a state
of war existed and that the blockade ol
Venezuelan ports would be enforced againsl
all neutral nations alike. He disclaimed any
intention on the part of Great Britain to
occupy Venezuelan territory. The same an-
nouncement was made in Berlin on behalf
of Germany.



CHICAGO WATERWORKS SYSTEM.



The following table shows the growth of
Chicago's waterworks system by decades
since 1854, when the first large pumping



station at Chicago avenue and the lake was
built. [From compilations made by Assist-
ant City Engineer J. H. Spengler'.]



YR.



1854..
1800..
1870..



Gallons
pumped
per day.



Pop.

(school
census)

65.872 5917083
109.260 4.703,525
306.605 21,760.260



Gals.
per
cap.



Water
pipe
mil'ge.



8.9 30.0
43.0 91.0 C131.162.0U
70.9 272.4 539,180.00



Total
revenue.



YR.



Pop.

(school
census)



Gallons
pumped
per day.



491,516 57,384.376 116.7
1890. . l,208.0l 152.37->.288 126.0
1900.. 2.007 .ii'.i:> :;-;.'.:>'.>'.,KO 160.6



GaU.
per
cap.



Water

pipe

mil'ge.



1.205.0
1,872.0



Total

revenue.



C865.618.85

2,10:>,508.00
3,250,481.85



In 1901 the total amount of water pumped
was 125,298,115,196 gallons and the total
revenue was $3,399,030.09. For the first six
months of 1902 the amount pumped was
65.494,318,488 gallons and the revenue $1,-
387,292.53.

The pumping stations, with the ye&r of
construction and capacity per day in gal-
lons, are:

Chicago avenue (1852) : 99,000,000

West station (1875) 60,000,000

Harrison street (1889) 36,000,000



Lake View (1892) 45,000,000

Fourteenth street (1892) 84,000,000

Sixty-eighth street (1892) 82,000,000

Washington Heights (1892) 2,500,000

Norwood Park (1897) 1,000,000

Central Park (1900) 60,000,000

Springfield avenue (1901) 60,000,000



'Total capacity 529,600,000

The lake and land tunnels supplying the
city with water have a total length of a
little over thirty-eight miles.



CHICAGO BUILDING STATISTICS.
Number of buildings erected since 1890, with estimated cost:



Tear. Buildings. Cost.

1890 11,608 $47,322,100

1891 11,805 54,201,800

1892 13.194 64,740,800

1893 8,559 28,708,750

1894 9,755 33,863,465

1895 8,633 35,010,043

1896 6,444 22,730,615



Year. BrMdings.

1897 5,294

1898 4,067

1899 3,794

1900 3,554

1901 6,053

1902* 10,085

Ten months to Oct. 31.



Cost.

$21.777,230
21,294.325
20,856,570
19,100.050
34,962,075
81,005,275



ESTABLISHED 1865.



TELEPHONE MONROE 233.



D. QUILL,
Pioneer Paste Manufacturer,

96 W. Quincy Street, Chicago, III.



434 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


CIRCULATION OF THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS FOR 1902. j


DATE.


Jan.


Feb.


tforch.


April.


May.


June


July.


Aug.


Sept.


Oct.


Jov.


Dec.


1.


H'lid'y


305,489


306,355


326,5*52


307,89;


Sund'


r 310,450


305.090


255,572


303.832


30*5.614


301.351


2.


301.106


Sund'y


Bund'y


310,475


806.96;


305.00


J 311,071


290


3-8


30


5.0*5-3


a


11.207 r


jund'y


301.819


3.


300.944


305.65(8


318 035


323.767


312.225


315.061


J 810.256


Sun


d'y


32


5,513


3


11,100


303.344


302,231 1


4.


296.691


303.145


815.976


807.868


Sund'j


341.352 H'lid'y


304


682


31


3,724


9


JO. 285


830.646


325,397


5.
6.


Sund'y
302.239


306.308
315,961


316.324

317.77-


303,032
Sund'y


303.83-
304.10*.


320.123 275.784
305.968 Sund'y


305,875
1307. 167


306,009
297,918


Sund'y
306,114


306.tti4
304.5*70


302.057

298,382]


7.


305.844


313,751


816,022


304.457


307.89'


296.37


} 302.436


306


615


Su


id'y


$


17.148


307.181


Bund'y


8.


308,362


305.371


311,351


309,642


311,184


Sund'i


7 299.020


308


237


30


5.725


8


J7.099


305.:9


301,171


9.

10.


303.004


Sund'y
312.551


Sund'y

315.801*


311,024
812.767


305.32!
295.04(


317.891

310.10.


J 802,914
5 309.061


296,535
Sund'y


303.489
304.991


306,037 5
304,438


iund'y
305.377


25*8.911
302,15*;


11.


297,'S17


310.52;


314,307


309.816


Sund'j


,312.25


I 308,518


310


641


30


4,746


SI


)1,877


305,654


312,107


12.


Sund'y


311.315


807,970


302.8S8


30V 70S


809,88


1 298,193


314


703


30


5,515


Si


nd'y


3J)5.SOO


303,604


13.


818,265


312.997


314,717


Bund'y


303.59C


803,88


3 Sund'y


810


.'.-!


21+


J.095


8


J6,512


30*5,596


298,208


14.


308.350


313,546


314.953


306.825


307.88C


300.891


) 309.419


312


798


Su


id'v


3*


12,619


306.494


Bund'y


15.


309.589


309.362


307,171


307,921


800.351


Sund'j


r 313,677


313




30




i


11.876


305.248


303,15*3 1


16.


311.815


Sund'y


Sund'y


308,406


306.701


805,2$


i 313,853


SOS


397


30


2.173


3


5.88- ?


;und'y


304,790


17.


310,172


312,244


808,341


308,517


299.82C


807,80


) 308.299


Sun


Cl'v




3.050


31


10.345


306331


306.745


18.


305.386


813,621


309.770


307,959


Sund'v


308.22-


3 304,185


314


193


n


4.2.V,


8


M,366


306,206


308.167


19.


Suhd'y


314,289


314.094


808,936


305.704


307.84


) 294.2S4


314


(584


30


3.942


Si


nd'y


306.978


304,000


20.


:xi7.9m


314,721


321.562


Bund'y


306.35;


305.02


j Sund'y


310


074


29


MM




B,7ffl


307 41)9


301.C04


21


308,359


314,843


313.2K9


805.246


305,554


320.57


3 307.112


312


,883


Su


id'y


a


)7.942


306.914


Bund'y


22.


311.051


304.759


309,929


803,662


307,621


Sund'i


r 308.093


311


000


30


4,836


3


16.013


303.875


307.493


23.


310.981


Sund'y


Sund'y


307.970


306. 17c


306.86


5 304.212


298


312


30


1.69.8


8


15.309:


jund'y


305.232


24.


310,542


315.545


812.853


309.217


296.84J


316,37


I 306.505


Sun


d'y


31


.870


3*


)5,819


305.061


297.191


25.


304.832


315.724


813.393


804,468


Sund'y


311,731


) 306.754


808


142


29


1.780


a


15.942


803,983


H'lid'y


26.


Sund'y


318.020


813.44-


301.213


302,901


308,46


3 292.192


309


40*5


30


1.4.55


Su


nd'y


802.349


300,076


27.
28.


800..836
307.070


311,547
312,349


313.211

309.688


Bund'y

304.991


305,11'

305.374


310.80
296.951


) Sund'y

J| 308,686


310^927

309.409


298,446
Sund'y


305.047 1
804.961


3'lid'y

304,469


294.941
Bund'y


29


307.544




306.570


806.5*46


806,2lE


Sund'3


r 306,477


309


472


30


;.3,-3


3(


13.512


803.091


303.495


30


309,880




Sund'y


307.740


258.721


309,23,


) 305.119


296


7,33


80


3.005


i


15.008 Sund'y


300.8(54


31


309.740




307.913




296.161




306.920 Sun


d'y






3(


4.9-3


301,3*56


Total..
Av'p-e.


7.916.132

304.466


7.420.771

309.198


.070,023
310.385


,951,4698.100.206
305,8251 300.00;


7,685,15
307,40


jr.849.802 7.933.475
j 301.9151 305.133


7.789,782
25*9.607


8,178,184:7.293.201
302.8951 303.883


-.815,825
300.589


, Unsold copies are deducted in the totals.


TOTAL FOR THE YEAR 1902




04


nos sai OOPTRS


DAILY AVERAGE FOR THE YEAR 1902


304.218 COPIES


AVERAGE DAILY ISSUE OF THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS FOR EACH MONTH FROM


THE SECOND YEAR OF ITS PUBLICATION.


TEAK.


Jan. Feb.


Mar.


April.


May.


June.


July.


Aug.


Sept.


Oct.


Nov.


Dec.


Av'ge


1877..


11.429 14,84


I 16.414


18,408


20,715


22,7(59


35.320


25,366


25,204


23,312


24.43


) 26,715


22,037


1878.


28,406 37,01


) 37.73b


37.867


38.348


43,743


49,844


40,911


39,371


38,777


:;i'.:N


) 36,817


38.314


1879.


38.667 41,3*


i 46,299


46,608


47.105


49,428


47.560


46.500


44.571


44,310


44,99'


! 44,7(50


45,194


1880.


48,891 49,42.


) 49.874


49.445


53.834


58,776


5*5.049


60 623


57,958


58,566


59.67


>. 54.473


54,801


1881.


57.795 62.96.


i 67.959


69.305


65.067


63.832


71.209


TO.887


68,551


62.097


58.101


) 60.35*5


64,870


1882.


61.679 66.94


66.058


65.20.-


65.193


70.408


78,078


70,456


67.808


63.907


64,81


* 64.35*9


66.680


1883.


67,278 71,37


* 77.158


76,994


77,4(8


78.608


78,177


79.423


73,185


71,863


74,52


r 74.919


75,115


1884.


76,877 82.53!


i 86.828


87.852


as.645


93,25)2


91. 281


88,495


8*5,221


89,196


107.42 1


* 82.465


88.30.1


1885.


84,119 89,95'


) 98,029


104.513


100.802


10.288 1


08.823


101.321*


97.900


96,817


102,70


) 102.497


99,005


1886.


104,197 110.32,


116.024


117.869


125,25*4


113,471 1


12.438


117,677


105). 728


110.460


115,10;


i 110.148


113.615


1887.
1888.
1883.


114,022 119.14*
120.657 126,89
120.947 126.44(


123,040
137.123
180,828


124,912
136.490
132,348


118.748
136,921

181.37-


122.714 1
140.525 1
148.576 1


26,926

28.897
B,653


188,178
128,862
134,288


121.93-
118.894

130,016


122,659
127,724
128,670


164,09

131.77

185,52-


5 122,41!)
159.098

147.786


125,225

128.676
134.059


1890.


136.365 141,88.


142,655


143.633


130.5)23


180,414 1


25.1. -a;


126,190


I24J9;


120.304


189,02


1 130,850


132,5)57


1891.
1892.


136.926 139,765
148.232 155,401


) 144,407
159,849


156,196
162.563


141,953

161.804


141.733 1
169.090 1


I1.8;-v8
70.180


189,707

166.259


138,025
171.053


137.291
163.626


140.52
173.07


1 145,707
) 168.430


142,022
164,175


1893.
1894.


171.818 180,01'

206.388 204,47


188.567
207.590


I9i.su;

206.285


196.218
19S.4!'5


302,267 :.
195.865 C


01.591
32.022


303.216
194.071


190,481
186,595


188.966
186,070


192,67

11*8,01


. 200.5-9

i'.<7.2:>;


192.495

200.881


1895.
1896.


198.947 207,24)
208.781 213,08


,211.378
216.542


212.992
212.104


205,732

309.945


302.605 !
310.265 '.


nl. 378
i;,272


195.907 193.311
193.853 189.106


195.562
190.700


202,65!
206,60


> 202.762
) 200.475*


202,496
204,724


1897.


201.340 208.77'


I 226.392


231.396


222,660


317.707 5


12.111


219,557




238,608


228.11


, :33'3.1>97


222.595


1898.
1899.
1900
1901
1902.


239.065 249,95
260.995 266,76
279.219 287.11
281.609287.11
304.466 309.19!


260.222

267.597
i 288.389
, 292.28.-
* ; 310,385


295.813
266.677
286.657
295.87 1
305,825


Si8.(?.5
258,14.8
27.X427
283,297
300.007


^10.820 :.
352,405 1
372.598 :
3.81.6118 :
S07.406 ,'


98,626

19.213
62.081
75,910
.01,915


27 9.-M8 262.061
250.598 250.564
.'61.109268.278
271.783 804.780
305.133 299,607


257,339
256.681
276.960
292.918
3.1-3.895


269,08

271.73
280,78
295,631

303.88,


,254.947
> -369.975
I 271.381

3ir,:.->26

i 300.585*


275.514
259.5*S
275.789
288.156
804.218


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INDEX 1903.



Abyssinia 170

Academy of Sciences 418



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